Jewellery burglar, 21, part of gang which stole £500,000 of gems is ordered to ...

Jewellery burglar, 21, part of gang which stole £500,000 of gems is ordered to ...
Jewellery burglar, 21, part of gang which stole £500,000 of gems is ordered to ...
Jewellery burglar, 21, who was part of gang which stole £500,000 of gems in raids on more than 70 homes is ordered to pay back just £1 as court hears he is penniless with no assets Michael Casey, 21, was part of a family crime gang who stole £500,000 of jewels Casey profited £120,000 for his part in the planned burglaries of over 70 homes After going on the run, Casey was found at a traveller site and jailed four years He appeared at Swansea Crown Court yesterday and was ordered to pay £1 back 

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A burglar whose gang stole more than £500,000 of jewellery has been ordered to pay back just £1.

Michael Casey, 21, was part of a family crime gang operating out of a travellers' site in Swansea Vale which burgled more than 70 homes.

Casey profited by more than £120,000 from his part in the coordinated break-ins which involved using stolen cars to travel between crime scenes.

Casey spent two years on the run from police before eventually

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